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post #1 of 7 Old 05-20-2020, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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2017 cayenne platinum edition

Hello All,

I知 thinking about buying a 2017 cayenne platinum edition with 30k miles and the dealer list price is at $42k.
I have a few questions I知 hoping you guys can help.
1. Are they any known issues with this year Cayenne?
2. Are they a lot of mods ( exhaust, lift kit, air, etc)?
3. Is 42k a good price? I知 thinking about offfering stealership $38

Thanks

AW
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post #2 of 7 Old 05-22-2020, 06:29 PM
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Doesn't hurt to compare prices of similar vintage and trim level, good references are autotrader, cars.com, and Porsche's official used & CPO vehicle locator.
Know what you're willing to pay and don't be afraid to walk away.
Good luck.
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post #3 of 7 Old 05-27-2020, 10:22 PM
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Are you purchasing from a Porsche dealer?

I bought my 2017 Cayenne S e-hybrid Platinum Edition in January of this year with 44,000 miles as a CPO for $42,000. It listed new for $92,000 so with the additional two years warranty after the original expires this October I felt that it was a fair price.

Have you checked the vin number to pull up the build sheet which will detail the options as produced?

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post #4 of 7 Old 06-03-2020, 07:01 PM
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Run the VIN on vinanalytics.com. That site will generate you a build sheet. Unless I was getting a great deal (as in you could purchase an aftermarket warranty and still be below a CPO price) I would not even consider getting an eHybrid that was not a CPO. They are a complex vehicle and service is expensive just like any p-car. For a point of reference I got my 2016 eHybird in January. 41200 miles on the clock, sticker $96200 including delivery charges to the OP. Does not have air-suspension, sport chrono pkg, 7.2kw charger, ACC or heated steering wheel and windshield. Did want some of those, but it did have the Sport Design package, the 40k service including four new Michellins and alignment. The original warranty is in effect into November and then the two year CPO warranty. The CPO certification is worth paying for at a reputable dealership. Biiying used you are getting someone else's dream build.
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post #5 of 7 Old 06-10-2020, 06:13 PM
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We got this car a couple months ago, 33k miles, $41,500.
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post #6 of 7 Old 06-17-2020, 06:40 PM
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Hello All,

I知 thinking about buying a 2017 cayenne platinum edition with 30k miles and the dealer list price is at $42k.
I have a few questions I知 hoping you guys can help.
1. Are they any known issues with this year Cayenne?
2. Are they a lot of mods ( exhaust, lift kit, air, etc)?
3. Is 42k a good price? I知 thinking about offfering stealership $38

Thanks

AW
As mentioned elsewhere, CPO is a must! Issues, if you already own a Porsche you would know the service is expensive. $500+ for a oil service etc. Someone has to pay for the Starbucks Cappuccino!

This model is generally bulletproof, I have the 2018. Platinum means they had a bunch of extra stuff and accessories laying around and they cobbled together all into one package. That is the reason why Platinum is not available every year.

How did you come up with the $38k? I would do some research, including eBay completed listings. Make the offer...be ready to walk away. The salesmen are usually pros. Some say wait towards the end of the month when there is pressure to meet sales quotas. Covid 19 might have changed that model.
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post #7 of 7 Old 08-01-2020, 02:29 PM
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I have a 2017 Cayenne Platinum Edition as well.
I bought it CPO certified from the dealer.
It is a rock solid vehicle and have had 0 issues with it.
But definitely get that CPO certified piece of mind.

Peace.
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